“KMode_Exception_Not_Handled” error message in Windows 10 is nothing but a variant of BSOD error. As soon as you restart the device it will automatically confront this error message.
You won’t be able to access the Windows system and will interrupt all the tasks that you intend to perform. This error appears in different forms and can be rather troublesome if you are not acquainted with the causes.
There are various reasons for KMode_Exception_Not_Handled blue screen errors on Windows 10. This error message appears due to incorrect configuration or installation of incompatible device drivers in the system.
If you have installed a new application then it can conflict with the system files. In addition, if the Windows registry gets corrupted, the error message can appear. Apart from that, virus or malware infection can corrupt hard disk.
Whatever be the reason, you can fix KMode_Exception_Not_Handled error by following the efficient hacks and procedure.
Read all the solutions carefully and apply them accordingly to get rid of this error from the device.
If there are missing or corrupted drivers then you fix the issue by installing the missing drivers. But at first, you need to enter into the Safe Mode. Now, to enter into Safe Mode, follow the section below and apply the steps as discussed below:
First of all, turn off the system and wait for a few seconds. Now, press the Power button again to turn on the system. When the system restarts, you will get into the Windows Recovery Environments.
After that, select the Troubleshoot option and click on the Advanced option. Now, choose the Startup Settings option and click on the Restart button. When your device starts again, press the F5 key continuously to open the system in the ‘Safe Mode with Networking’.
After that, press the Windows and X key and open the Settings option. Now, choose the Device Manager from the list that will appear. From the Device Manager section, right-click on the unknown device and choose the “Update the Driver” option from the list.
It will automatically search for the recent driver software. Simply, download the latest version of the driver and install it on your device. Lastly, check whether the problem gets fixed or not.
You may also encounter this particular error message due to the third-party antivirus software. Therefore, you should uninstall the antivirus software from your device to resolve the issue.
First of all, press the Start button and move to the Control Panel section. After that, navigate to the “Programs and Features” section. In the “Programs and Features” section, you will find all the applications that are installed on the device. Locate the antivirus software and right-click on it.
Now, choose the Uninstall option from the list and follow the on-screen instructions to get rid of this situation. After successfully, uninstalling the antivirus software, restart the system and check whether the problem gets resolved or not.
Note: If you are operating through Windows 10, then try to avoid downloading any third-party antivirus programs from an unsecured website. Further, Windows Defender is the best way to avoid viruses and malware attacks.
Often, the problem gets triggered due to outdated network drivers. Therefore, to get rid of this situation, update the Network driver. To update it, follow the steps mentioned in the section below.
First of all, press the Start button and move to the Device Manager section. In the Device Manager section, you will find all the drivers. Locate the Network driver and right-click on it. Select the “Update the driver” option. Now, it automatically, locate the Network driver, right-click on it.
A drop-down menu will appear on the system screen. Select “Update the Driver” option from the list. It will automatically search whether any updated version is available or not. When found, download the latest version and install it on the device.
It will take some time to install the fresh version of the Network driver. When the installation process gets completed, reboot the system. Check if the error message still appears or not.
Otherwise, move to the next solutions.
According to the users, a faulty RAM module also causes this particular error message. To determine whether the problem is related to the RAM, you need to undergo certain steps that are given below:
First of all, launch the Run window by pressing the Windows key and R key at the same time. Now, enter ‘mdsched.exe’ in the Run dialog box and hit the Enter button to execute the command.
Due to this Windows Memory Diagnostic Window will open up. Two option will appear on the system screen, choose any one of them. Finally, check the RAM’s workability.
We hope all the specified solutions are sufficient enough to resolve the error message KMode_Exception_Not_Handled in Windows 10.